Here is a healthy Valentine’s Day dinner for two that features lighter takes on classic dishes — and some aphrodisiac ingredients!
Football season has reached its peak and everyone’s excited for the Super Bowl next week. No game-day spread is complete without chips and dip. Sure, French onion dip and guacamole are classics, but why not mix it up this year with unique flavors? Serve these tasty treats and your guests will be cheering for the food and their favorite team.
During the summer, salads are a staple at my house, but the days of local arugula and spring mix are long gone. Not to fret — radicchio and endive, two winter lettuces, are packed with flavor and nutrition and are the perfect, minimal-calorie addition to any salad or meal.
Make a homemade eggnog that is lower in calories and fat that the usual Christmas drink.
These peanut butter and chocolate biscotti pieces are bit time- and energy-intensive, but at a five-dozen yield, they are certainly worth the effort.
When I get home from work late, I often don’t have the energy to cook up a full meal. For nights like that, this salad is perfect. Gorgonzola is my absolute favorite cheese. Pair it with nuts and I’m in heaven. This salad matches the crumbled cheese with walnuts, which adds more protein and loadsRead more »
This creamy sweet salad always screams summer to me, but with apples at the their ripest, now is a great time to enjoy a Waldorf Salad, which is made lighter with low-fat mayonnaise and yogurt.
If you get the ABC News Now channel, you may have caught Dana on “Good Morning America – Health” earlier this week. She talked with host Tanya Rivero about fresh foods that boost your brain. If you missed it, check out the list and watch the short segment here. Let us know what you think!
This chilled drink features a few simple ingredients: cucumbers, water and sugar. They all mix up into a brightly colored, refreshing cooler.
Keeping with tradition, our new blogger (and Next Food Network Star finalist) Katie Cavuto Boyle filled out our fun, food-filled questionnaire. Check out her answers and give her a warm Healthy Eats welcome.